Getac introduced the Z710 in September of 2012 as a rugged Android tablet created specifically to perform in extreme work environments.
Equipped with a 7-inch Gorilla Glass display and a rubberized shell casing, the Z710 is engineered to take some serious abuse. Measuring in at 21,8 x 14,2 cm with 2,7 cm in thickness, the 800 grams tablet isn't the most lightweight of tablets. But its ability to survive drops of up to six feet, its certified protection against dust and liquids as well as its ability to operate in extreme temperatures as low as -4°F and high as 122°F makes it one of the toughest for sure.
Another appealing aspect of the tablet for work environments is the company's LumiBond technology, allowing users wearing gloves to easily interact with the capacitive touch display. Powered by dual-core 1 GHz processor with 1GB of RAM memory, the Android 2.3 tablet is equipped with most standard tablet features including a front camera, a 5MP rear camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, barcode/RFID reader, Bluetooth and 3G availability.
Tablet is pretty handy, has rubber caps for sensitive ports securing them from dust and water. Nice screen resolution and good responsiveness make it a perfect choice for everyone who expects extreme durability with good performance and usability.
Read the full official Spec Sheet.